Lodi Unified officials prepared themselves Tuesday night for state education proposals that could leave the district $1.7 million in the lurch when the budget is passed.
Superintendent Bill Huyett said the district would have to tighten its belt to accommodate Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's proposal that school districts assume responsibility for teacher's retirement accounts instead of a cash-strapped state system.
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